<p><strong>Tqdm</strong> (pronounced <em>taqadum</em>) means "progress" in arabic. It is also an abbreviation for "I love you so much" in Spanish (te quiero demasiado). The tool makes your python loops prettier and gives you a sign of life from your program. The documentation for it can be found <a href="https://tqdm.github.io">here</a>.</p>

1 - Making a progress bar
A simple starter
2 - Descriptions
Make a distrinction between loops.
3 - Nested Loops
Make a distrinction between loops.
4 - Files and Descriptions
Change the description while looping.
5 - Estimating the Total Time
Are we 100% how long the job takes?

After importing tqdm you can apply it in your forloop if you'd like to use it.

import time
import tqdm
for i in tqdm.tqdm(range(100)):


Make sure that tqdm is installed before you run the code though.